affirmativeaction

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Mark Mulvaney Cary Federman Perspective Justice Studies I I agree with the courts decision to allow the University to be able to factor in a applicants race/ethnicity to be enrolled at this Institution. I believe that the school was not trying to reach a quota and is being fair to all applicants, and also factor in the applicants “personal statement, letters of recommendation, and essay describing how he or she would contribute to the law school life and diversity.” Understanding that the school gets an enormous amount of applicants each year, Grutter must be considerate that not everyone with almost a perfect score can get into a highly regarded institution. I believe that no University, of any sort, uses affirmative action in regards to their acceptance of students. However, the University’s do factor in race and ethnic background, it is not the sole judgment of whether or not a student is either accepted or rejected. The basis for my argument is that affirmative action is not a part of the enrollment
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